Third week on top for The Last Of Us

UK software chart sees four new top ten entries

It's been a lively week on the UK software charts but bleak PS3 exclusive The Last Of Us stayed on top for the third week in a row, despite a 35 per cent drop in sales.

Just behind it was the Xbox 360 edition of Minecraft, which debuted at 2, while EA expansion The Sims 3: Paradise Island, the 10th add on for The Sims 3, brought a little sunshine to number 5. Deadpool arrived at 6 while Company Of Heroes 2 marched in at 10.

Further down the chart Aliens: Colonial Marines managed to sneak back into the top 20 at 19.

UKIE Games Charts courtesy of GfK Chart-Track

Last WeekThis WeekTitle
11The Last Of Us
New entry2Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
23Animal Crossing: New Leaf
34FIFA 13
New entry5The Sims 3: Island Paradise
New entry6Dead Pool
47Tomb Raider
68Call Of Duty: Black Ops II
99Assassin's Creed III
New entry10Company Of Heroes 2
811Injustice: Gods Among Us
712Far Cry 3
1213LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes
1814Need For Speed Most Wanted
1115Luigi's Mansion 2
1316The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Legendary Edition
1017GRID 2
1418Dead Island: Riptide
Re-entry19Aliens: Colonial Marines
1620Grand Theft Auto IV

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Andreia Quinta Photographer, Studio52 London4 years ago
I only now managed (time) to start with Last of Us, so far so awesomeness.

Tomb Raider in the top 10 since release (if I remember correctly) only demonstrates how amazing the new TR experience is. Congrats to Crystal Dynamics once again.
As for Aliens, interesting re-entry, I suppose it's finally hitting the 10<insert relevant currency> bin.

I guess what I find most impressive over the weeks is the old GTA IV always managing to hang around.
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